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Craft at the Cafe is a fun arts and crafts group that runs every Thursday morning from 9.15-10.15am in Tickety Brew Cafe during term time.

It is for 1-5 year olds and is run by Adrienne Ward, a former primary school teacher, who also runs after school craft clubs at all 3 schools in Haddenham and a singing group for babies and toddlers in Haddenham Community Library on Fridays from 9.30-10am.

The group gives busy mums and dads a chance to relax and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee whilst their children enjoy a simple craft, messy play, and toys and games in a safe and happy environment.

The group is drop-in and costs just £2 per child.

For more information please visit the Facebook page

Or email: adrienne_ward@me.com

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